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How to Use Focus Mode on Android 10


How to Use Focus Mode on Android 10

Android 10 comes with a built-in Focus mode. As app blocking features go, this one is still quite basic. All you can do is select a bunch of distracting apps to pause when you enable Focus mode.

It acts as a manual switch to block multiple apps simultaneously. At this writing, you can’t schedule apps to pause automatically at a certain time of day; however, this is possible with some third-party apps we cover below.

If you just need a quick switch to block apps, Focus mode will be helpful for you.

Open the Settings app and tap “Digital Wellbeing and Parental Controls.”

Tap "Digital Wellbeing and Parental Controls" in Settings.

Tap “Show Your Data.”

Tap "Show Your Data."

Here, tap “Focus Mode.”

Tap "Focus Mode."

Select the apps you want to pause when you enable Focus mode. Tap “Turn On Now” to enable Focus mode (you tap the same button to turn it off).

Tap "Turn On Now" in the "Focus Mode" menu.

You can add a “Focus Mode” tile to the notification panel if you don’t want to go to the Settings app each time. To do so, open the notification panel and tap the Edit button (the one that looks like a pencil).

Tap the Edit button in the notification shade.

Drag the “Focus Mode” tile to the active tiles section.

Drag the "Focus Mode" tile to the top of the list.

Now, you can just tap the “Focus Mode” tile to enable or disable this feature.

Tap "Focus Mode" to turn it on.

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